• Cross Street Re-opens for In-person Worship
    Dear congregation, We are extremely happy to welcome you back to our chapel and start holding services in person again, but in order to keep everybody safe we are taking some precautions in line with government guidance and best practice from other places of worship. Before I go into detail about these measures, I would …
  • All Activity Suspended – Statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 17/3/20
    Dear all, It is with a heavy heart that the Chapel Committee has taken the decision to close Cross Street Chapel for all activities until further notice. This is in line with the most recent government advice to limit social gatherings in order to delay the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) infection. We recognise the …
  • New Lift Operational!
    30 Sep 2016 Cross Street Chapel is proud to announce that their lift has been successfully replaced, meaning people with limited mobility can now access the upper meeting rooms. The chapel is committed to accessibility, and thanks their Trustees and the congregation for the contributions which have made this possible. An “Uplifting Blessing” will be …
  • Coffee 4 Craig comes to Cross Street!
    I have been very honoured to meet and witness in action Coffee4Craig, a homeless support charity. Today C4C has provided clothing in a “Street Store” – sorting donations for Manchester’s rough sleepers. The homeless coming into the chapel are given tickets which may be redeemed for items – a system that ensures fairness and choice. …
  • Service of Space and Silence
    Cross Street Chapel’s service tomorrow (15/11/2015) will provide space, silence and stillness, with reflective music and readings, for mourning and remembering victims of violence and terrorism. Service begins at 10:45; all are welcome.